John O’Donohue Quote: “When we hear some beautiful piece…”

When we hear some beautiful piece of Mozart or admire a wonderful building, we suddenly become present in ourselves. That’s unusual nowadays because dishevelment and distraction have become an art form.

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Name: John O’Donohue
Profession: Poet
Nationality: Irish
Birthday: January 1, 1956
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